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Judith Underdunk

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Dame Judith Terwilliger
Artwork of Judith Underdunk from The Simpsons: Tapped Out
Character Information
Female ♀
Hair: Gray
Occupation: Shakespearean Actor
Relatives: Husband: Robert Terwilliger Sr.
Sons: Sideshow Bob and Cecil Terwilliger
Grandsons: Gino and Neil Terwilliger
Daughter-in-Law: Francesca Terwilliger
First appearance: "Funeral for a Fiend"
Voiced by: Tress MacNeille

Dame Judith Terwilliger (née Underdunk) is the wife of Robert Terwilliger Sr. and the mother of Sideshow Bob and Cecil Terwilliger. She is a retired Shakespearean actress. Her sons get their crazy hair from her. She also looks like an elderly female version of Sideshow Bob.


Dame Judith Terwilliger assisted to his son's trial for murder. Lisa mentioned that Dame Judith was the greatest classical actress of her generation. She cried on his son's supposed dead body after Bart threw Sideshow Bob's nitroglycerin, which he needed to live.


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The Simpsons: Tapped Out[edit]

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Dame Judith Underdunk
Image Cost Unlock method Unlock message
JudithUnderdunk.png Tapped Out Music Note.png16,050 Terwilligers
Act 3 Prize
Something wicked this way comes.
Technical Information ID Groups Internal Name
57002 Criminal, Senior, Regular Characters, Regular Female, Adult DameJudithUnderdunk

Behind the Laughter[edit]

During the trial, Lenny praises Judith's role in Troilus and Cressida, a tragedy by Shakespeare, and asks her whether they named the car Toyota Cressida after the play.